SPACE X WILL SEND TOURISTS TO THE MOON, BUT FIRST A CAR TOWARD MARS
SpaceX prepares to do the amazing. Updated on 1/2/2018.
Elon Musk, the CEO and founder of the Space Exploration Technologies Corporation (SpaceX) plans to use the maiden voyage of the Falcon Heavy Lift rocket to take his Tesla Roadster to Mars. The car will be sent to a heliocentric Mars transfer orbit. On both matrices below the axis term is FALCON HEAVY. Falcon Heavy is a reusable super heavy-lift launch vehicle being designed and manufactured by SpaceX. Musk also plans on sending two tourists around the moon in about a year. On Figure 1 MOON is at skip -1. The Falcon Heavy is a variant of the Falcon 9 launch vehicle and will consist of a strengthened Falcon 9 rocket core with two additional Falcon 9 first stages as strap-on boosters. At the same absolute skip as FALCON HEAVY are ROCKET, TOURIST and TO MARS, but on Figure 1 MARS is not the at standard transliteration (S here is shin rather than samech). An ELS of the transliteration of SPACE and EXPLORATION are on the matrix as is THE SUN. I looked for words related to success, failure and sabotage. None of them were at a special case skip (+/- 1 or the absolute skip of the axis term) close to the axis term, however ANOMALY is shown on Figure 2.
STATISTICAL SIGNIFICANCE OF FIGURES 1 AND 2. As per my usual protocol, no statistical significance was assigned to the axis term, here only ELS of FALCON HEAVY. The most significant a priori term was TO MARS. Using 4 transliterations of Mars (with samech and shin, with and without an alef vs. a vowel mark for A) plus the Hebrew word for Mars pronounced moadeem) one of them was found against odds of about 15 to 1. EXPLORATION was found against odds of about 14 to 1. ROCKET was located at a special case skip against odds of about 9.8 to 1. TOURIST was found this way against odds of about 11.56 to 1. An ELS of SPACE was found against odds of about 7.88 to 1, but it had two shins rather than samechs so I had to account for both spellings. MOON was at a special case skip, but the 3-letter word had about a 76% chance to be found this way. MOON was, however, in a 48-letter box with FALCON HEAVY. Odds against a match that close were about 15.7 to 1. TESLA and THE SUN were not significant. Overall the matrix was found against odds of about 259,233 to 1.
WHY I LOOKED FOR SABOTAGE AND THE WORD ANOMALY FOUND ON FIGURE 2.
On September 1, 2016 an explosion rocked my neighborhood in Cape Canaveral, Florida. A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket blew up on the launch pad – two days before the scheduled launch of an Israeli Amos-6 satellite designed to bring additional Facebook internet coverage to the Middle East, Europe and Africa. I had reasons to suspect sabotage, which was an open possibility discussed in the press. Most notable was the fact that a film and sound recorded showed what might have been a person on the roof of the United Launch Alliance building about a mile from where the rocket blew up in 2016, and something like a gunshot was heard. On my article about the SpaceX disaster in 2016 I referred to the explosion as an anomaly. While this word was not shown on Figure 1, although it is not at a special case skip, I can place it with FALCON HEAVY in a box measuring 4 columns by 32 rows (128 letter area). Odds against a match this close were about 53.4 to 1. ANOMALY is a word that's obviously a concern to Musk, as is shown on Figure 2. He worries about the rocket blowing up on ascent.
Should Musk be worried about ANOMALY being on Figure 2? If it were at a special case skip the answer would likely be yes, but it's one skip more than that of the axis term. As such, even though Figure 2 has the preferred Hebrew for MARS, the 4-letter term is not significant once the 1,000-letter threshold area is crossed. Figure 2 had about 1 chance in 289 to exist. So it's about two orders of magnitude less significant than Figure 1. This obviously doesn't mean that an anomaly is impossible. The Falcon Heavy has 27 rocket engines on the first stage. That's a lot of potential for a failure. I have a neighbor who works for SpaceX. He's not optimistic about pulling off a success, at least in January, 2018, due to the large number of engines. But he didn't think the company could pull off landing on a barge at sea, and, after a few failures, he was wrong about that.
Elon Musk is a driven man with a singular purpose - personally living on Mars. He plans on his company landing two rockets on Mars by 2022, and landing people there by 2024. This year his company will start construction of the BFR (Big Falcon Rocket, sometimes called the Big F**king Rocket by SpaceX folks) to do just that. Given what he has accomplished, I don't think anyone can stop him from eventually getting there unless it is our Government trying to cover up something. If the 2016 anomaly was deliberate you can bet that he's learned some lessons from it. The security that has been maintained about the upcoming launch is pretty good. But even if he has to deal with another failure, Musk is a man who won't let it stop him from reaching his goal. May God bless him in all his endeavors.
Axis term FALCON HEAVY @ Skip 117,925
Axis Term ELS Rank 1
SKIP USED ON FIGURE
|NUMBER IN TORAH||DIVIDE BY 304805 LETTERS IN THE TORAH||THE QUOTIENT EQUALS FREQUENCY PER LETTER||E QUOTIENT X 1184 LETTERS EQUALS WORD EXPECTANCY||POISSON EQUATION PROBABILITY FOR THE WORD APPEARING AT LEAST ONCE||EACH WORD OR|
|PHRASE HAS 1|
|CHANCE IN THE|
|IN THE FOLLOWING|
|OF BEING HERE.|
|ROCKET @ Skips +/ -1 and +/- 117925||117925||31||304805||0.000101704||0.120417972||0.113450194||8.814440646|
|MARS @ Skips +9 to +292||9||128||304805||0.000419941||0.497209691||0.391774569||2.552488289|
|ANOMALY @ Skips -117926 to -117987||-117926||425||304805||0.001394334||1.650891554||0.808121238||1.237438089|
|ROCKET @ Skips +/- 1 and +/- 117925||1||26||304805||8.53004E-05||0.100995719||0.096063097||10.4098247|
|TESLA @ Skips +117931 to +118854 (other spellings possible)||117931||2906||304805||0.009533964||11.28821378||0.99998748||1.00001252|
|COMBINED SIGNIFICANCE =H6*H7*H8*H9*H10||0.003450398||289.8216662|
|Axis term FALCON HEAVY @ Skip 117,925 Axis Term ELS Rank 1. This calculation is just for ANOMALY in 128 letters with FALCON HEAVY. ||SKIP USED ON FIGURE||NUMBER IN TORAH||DIVIDE BY 304805 LETTERS IN THE TORAH||THE QUOTIENT EQUALS FREQUENCY PER LETTER||E QUOTIENT X 128 LETTERS EQUALS WORD EXPECTANCY||POISSON EQUATION PROBABILITY FOR THE WORD APPEARING AT LEAST ONCE||EACH WORD OR|
|PHRASE HAS 1|
|CHANCE IN THE|
|IN THE FOLLOWING|
|OF BEING HERE.|
|ANOMALY @ Skips -6 to -247||117926||45||304805||0.000147635||0.018897328||0.018719893||53.41910949|